What does it mean to marry meditation and spiritual inquiry? In this practical and impactful satsang, Adyashanti offers detailed guidance on integrating the art of meditation and inquiry. He delves into the primary intentions of both and reveals subtle ways to enhance our innate capacity for experiencing the immense well of wisdom within.
Topics Include: The One and Only Instruction of Meditation / Meditating with No Meditator / The Key Attitude of Inquiry / The Reason to Inquire / Knowing for Yourself / Existential Questions vs. Psychological Questions / Posing Questions Effectively / Accessing the Reservoir of Intelligence / Removing the “Shoulds” of Practice
Quotes from this Download: “The deepest form of meditation is meditation without the meditator.” • “When we marry meditation and inquiry, it’s very potent. If we just do inquiry, it can get too heady. If we just do meditation, we can try too much to get to the right state.” • “We often use spirituality as a means to run away from the unknown.”
Recorded on April 20, 2011 in Fairfield, Iowa.
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